Concord Art Association, Concord, MA


New England School of Photography (NESOP)
Waltham, Mass


New England School of Photography
Waltham, Mass

Boston, MA

Ongoing: Graduate Mentoring

I had the pleasure to work with Nancy as a mentor during the final year of my graduate thesis work. Through her guidance I was introduced to artists like Jo Spence and Mira Schor, and the writings of Marianne Hirsch. These artists, and their writings would have a tremendous influence on my thesis body. It was with Nancy’s thoughtful encouragement and support, that helped me to find the confidence to take my photography and artwork in new and unexpected directions. She often provided the extra boost of encouragement I needed to remind myself to not over think, and simply create! She said, on more than one occasion, “Stop thinking. Start making.” I am forever grateful to Nancy for her mentorship and guidance.

- MFA Mass Art Studen, Boston, Becky Barsi, work in progress,Class of 2017




Photosynthesis@The Griffin Museum
Winchester, MA

Lecture: The Creative Process

November 11, 2014 1-3

Opening June 2015


The Griffin Museum of Photography
Winchester, MA

Creative Panel: Nancy Grace Horton
Steven Sheffield, Asia Kepka, Edie Bresler

Moderator: Sybilla Smith

SEPTEMBER 21, 2014 12-2

Learning to Tell Stories with Photographs

A Workshop For Women

Presently organizing a group for
January 2015 Special Winter Getaway

Wild Orchard Guest Farm
Deerfield, New Hampshire

photography/story telling
book making
over night adventure
meals included
double occupancy encourage


For more information and application click here

Any questions please

Photojourneys Workshops

Portland, Maine

October 10, 11, 12, 2014

$50 Off our last workshop of the season

Learning to Tell Stories with Photographs

August 18-22, 2014

Truro Center for the Arts
at Castle Hill, Cape Cod, Massachusetts

In this workshop students will investigate the different ways of creating a visual work of art that tells a story using multiple photographic images. Through the use of a digital camera, your photographic prints, and hand-made book construction, students will experiment and play with different ways to create a visual story that will become a work of art. Students will learn basic digital camera function, review old photos you’ve brought with you and create new photographic images while on location. There will be class discussion and instruction about photo composition, sequencing of images, and simple hand- made book construction via sewing, folding and attaching. Students will create a unique and artistic visual story using personal narratives, memories, or fictions. Visit Castle Hill's website to sign up


Professional development @ MECA

How to Sell Your Photographs as a Professional

March 23, 2013 Visit MECA website for more info.

Beginner's Digital Photography
@ Heartwood College of Art

Learn the basics of how to operate your digital camera
and generate prints from your memory card. Camera functions
and technique will be discussed and implemented.

Where: 123 York Street (Route 1 South) Kennebunk, ME 04043

Tuesday, July 10th,
Wednesday, July 11th and Thursday, July 12th (12:30 pm – 4:30 pm)

Please bring your manual and your digital camera
to the workshop. No Materials Fee.

For more information and to register call 207-985-0985 or


Workshop! The Art of the Digital Camera

Where: Addison Woolley Gallery, 132 Washington Avenue
(at Fox Street) in Portland, Maine 04101

When: Saturday, October 22nd – 1 – 5 p.m.

Equipment: Bring your camera, camera manual, battery charger, some of your ownphotographs and images you like by others. If want to bring your laptop, please do.

Tuition - $80. Class limit: 12, Minimum: 6

Addison Woolley Gallery invites you to participate in a dynamic afternoon workshop where instructor/photographer, Nancy Grace Horton, will inspire you with her enthusiasm, talent and warm good humor; as she helps you explore the workings and creative possibilities of your digital camera. The structure of the workshop allows you to work at your own level. Bring your successful and your problematic images (either prints or on a disk) and Nancy will look at them with you. She’ll help you to see what works and why; where you might have succeeded when you thought you hadn’t, and what you might have done differently. She’ll bring you back to focusing on the image you want to create, making the connection between your ideas and the frame.

Nancy’s career has taken her around the world as a full-time commercial and fine artist. Her editorial clients include The Boston Globe, Yankee Magazine, and Rolling Stone Magazine. Go to to read her bio, extensive accomplishments and view her photographs.

For more information and to register call Susan Porter at (207) 450-8499 or e-mail Checks should be made out and mailed in advance to Addison Woolley Gallery, 132 Washington Avenue, Portland, ME. 04101 Watch our website for future workshops!

Critique Group

Strengthening your edits & organizing your images

9:00-12:00pm, Wednesdays, August 10 or 24 $45

The Lightroom Program, used by photographers to organize photos, will be demonstrated. Students should bring in 20-50 printed images to be critiqued. Participants will learn how to pare down their work and explore how they can express their ideas more effectively.

207.967.9120 or for more information

Get Out and Shoot

9:00-12:00pm, Wednesdays, July 13 or 27 $45

Join a professional photographer and visit different scenic locations close to RTA. Learn techniques to take photos more effectively & create a story with your travel images. Students may bring digital or manual cameras. Please check in prior to class for class location.

207.967.9120 or for more information

Women's Photography Workshop

Gaining Comfort with Our Camera - Exploring Our Creativity

Saturday, November 6th, 10am - 6pm
Sunday, November 7th, 10am - Noon

As a photographer working with a digital camera, how do you use all of your camera’s digital features to take the best photograph you can? The art begins in your eye and your camera, before you even begin to think about your computer screen! Join us for a fun, creative and inspiring workshop, in which our goal is to help you make simply great photographs. Explore your creativity, learn new techniques and photograph in a small, supportive group setting. It’s a great time to gain confidence and enhance your creativity. learn more

Professional development @ MECA

How to Sell Your Photographs as a Professional

November 20, 2010

This workshop will explore the elements of professionalism in photography, including how to identify your market and find clients, prepare and present your portfolio, website and other professional materials, locate resources, make cost-effective use of current technologies, and keep up with the demands of your business. You will learn about the creation and selling of stock photographs, with an emphasis on finding markets in newspapers, magazines and trade journals, and greeting card publishers. Visit MECA website for more info.